We have voluntarily contacted the King County Health Department and are going to be working closely with them. Erica Jones, a regular shopper at the QFC in Wallingford, said she had noticed the natural food section of the store was closed Sunday but she didnt know why. Oh my goodness, she said, when she found out about the rats. I always shop upstairs and get granola and several organic brands for my son. I would freak out, thats terrifying. Even though shes glad to hear the store and the Health Department are working to prevent future infestations, shes not sure shell shop in that part of the store anymore. When theres one rat, theres usually hundreds. Its kind of scary, and does make me think about going up there again. But Clarke says this video hasnt changed any of his shopping habits.
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Corning’s Merola tops 2014 team – Sports – The Leader – Corning, NY
Although Merola played all four years in high school with the Hawks, she did in fact play at Corning West as an eighth grader before the two former rivals merged to form one program starting with the 2011 season. Merola capped a brilliant high school career with successive 60-plus goal seasons and was named The Leaders Player of the Year in girls lacrosse. Sr. Neena Merola, midfield, Corning Merolas elite skills on the lacrosse field have been evident for quite some time now. As just a sophomore, Merola a five-year varsity starter in the Corning district made a verbal commitment to play for Division I power Syracuse University.
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